Blue skies, brilliant flying skills, and exceptional aircraft capabilities! Does that sound exciting? It definitely does for the thousands who will gather at Finland International Airshow. For the first time in history, Baltic Aviation Academy joins in, expanding Finns’ pilot study opportunities.
Every visitor will have a chance to meet and greet Baltic Aviation Academy representatives, get more insights about the aviation industry and its professions. Prospective pilots will also have an opportunity to talk directly to one of current students – Finn Tomi Salonen, get more information about the available financial support. The aircraft lovers will be able to examine closer Cessna 172 talk to the flying instructor.
Baltic Aviation Academy has doubled its fleet in May 2014. The Academy currently has nine Tecnam P2002, one Cessna 172, and one multi-engine Tecnam P2006 aircraft making it the only private aviation school to own multi-engine aircraft in Lithuania. The students of Baltic Aviation Academy conduct flight training in Kaunas Aleksotas Aerodrome and also make flight outside the country. So far this season, students have flown to Poland, Estonia, Sweden, with Finland coming up. The number of trips and destinations will only be increasing every day.